Festival Blooms

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Nicolette BarbasHarvey-Waroona Reporter
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Preston Beach Golf Club members Kath McLellan and Marita Hayward are getting their succulents ready for the upcoming fete.
Camera IconPreston Beach Golf Club members Kath McLellan and Marita Hayward are getting their succulents ready for the upcoming fete.

To celebrate the start of a new season, Preston Beach Golf Club will be holding their annual Spring Fete on Sunday, September 29.

From 11am through to mid-afternoon guests and visitors can enjoy a range of entertainment and activities.

While the usual craft and food stalls will be set up alongside free attractions like the Waroona Lions Tractor Train ride and face painting, this year will see a new addition to the show.

An 8m-high climbing wall and dual bungee trampolines have been added for children of all ages to climb on and bounce around throughout the day.

Preston Beach Golf Club secretary Bill McLellan said the fete was a great way to celebrate everything the town had to offer.

“This is the club’s 10th Spring Fete, and every year it has grown in attendance, stallholders and attractions,” Mr McLellan said.

“Our aim is to provide a free family fun day to celebrate our appreciation for spring and our fortunate lifestyle here at Preston Beach.

The fete is being held the day after the AFL Grand Final, so it is an opportune time to celebrate, or commiserate, depending on the footy result.”

Mr McLellan said the club was extremely grateful for the continuous community support.

“Every year our sponsorship increases, and this helps us provide free attractions,” he said.

“The quality of our stallholders is excellent and we can promise some great bargains, so come along for a fun day out.”

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